It’s been a decade since the first Iron Man movie came out. No one knew we would be having an entire line-up of Superheroes and Villains.
To be honest, no one expected it – and that’s exactly why it was received so well. However, it didn’t take long for the first female (soon to be Superhero) badass to be introduced.
But it did take a while to set the stage for the first quality female Villain. And it went better than anyone expected – just like with the first wave of Superhero movies.
But did you know that the first know female Superhero was introduced in 1940? Her name was Fantomah and she was an ancient Egyptian woman who fought the evil with her superpowers.
The number of female Superheroes and Villains is about to increase. You’ve probably heard about the female Thor – how about female Hulk? Or female Loki? Or female Joker perhaps?
The list can go on and on. With the number of Superheroes and Villains already introduced, the possibilities are endless. Tell us what you think about the ones below – it’s a DC/Marvel mix.
Black Panther, the King of Wakanda
Even though Black Panther was introduced fairly recently, I seriously doubt the fans would oppose to having a female version of him.
Iron Man, the controversial Legend
Not sure about Sandra Bullock here. I’ve always wanted Pepper Potts to jump into the suit for a while. Not to be saved, but to kick some ass.
Ultron, the Evil AI
Now, the one on the right doesn’t seem to relate enough to Ultron. If it were Ultrona, she wouldn’t look that much different from Ultron – the same skeleton, with a touch of gentle, female features.
This is a part I would love to a woman play. It takes a lot of finesse to play Magneto, and I believe that a would only add a pinch of salt to mix – enough to make it even better.
Batman, the Knight of Gotham
I’ll be frank with you here – we’ve had numerous occasions of watching Batgirl take the role of the Knight. I wouldn’t mind seeing a Dame of Gotham, but there are far better choices for that.
Captain America, the First Avenger
This is a story I wouldn’t mind sitting through again. I like it.
Superman, and his little cousin
To be fair, this isn’t actually the female version of Superman. It’s literally his cousin, with the same abilities. Not an appealing story after the whole mustache debacle.
Deadpool as Deadpoolette
The fans are too fond of the mouthy character known as Deadpool, and I honestly can’t imagine a woman taking his place. But he’s just getting started.
Hawyeke, the woman
I can totally see this happen. Just look at the concept art. Hawkeye was never going to be that involved in the movies, so a female version (cousin or protege perhaps) could easily come in to replace him.
Loki, the God of Mischief
This role is so intriguing and hard to play, it would take a woman of great skills to perform it as well as Tom Hiddleston. But after seeing Cate Blanchett as Hela, I would appreciate more female characters.
Spiderman as the Spidergirl
Just like the Batgirl, Spiderwomn has been mentioned lots of time. But unlike the Batgirl, I strongly believe that the role of Spiderwoman would be accepted way better than the Dame of Gotham. Oh, and disregard the poor rendition of the Spidergirl. It’ll get much better.
Hulk and the Incredible Hulkette
I’m not that sure I want to see this happen. It’s not because I like Ruffalo in the role of Hulk, it’s just that we haven’t seen enough of him. There so much to tell about the poor soul. But I don’t doubt he’ll come across the female version of himself.
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